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We had the opportunity, as knowledge partners, to co-host Confederation of Indian Industry's 11th Regional Conference on Infrastructure #ProjectManagement.

The theme of this year’s virtual conference was “Ctrl+Alt+Del…Rebooting to 2021”. With reopening and multiple unlocks announced, India is returning to the ‘new normal’. This new normal is likely to involve restarting, reimagining, and reengineering our personal and professional lives. As employees, contractors and laborer prepare to return to work on
sites and offices that were previously shut, they are expected to see workspaces drastically changed by the economic effects of the pandemic.

There is an immediate need across projects in India to adapt to the ‘New Normal’ by making fundamental changes to the ways of working. Businesses are looking at continuity plans keeping in mind the increasing demand to minimize the impact of cost and time while integrating health and safety requirements at project sites.

We anticipate that the construction sector and related project management services would need to evolve to cater to all stakeholders as we move towards the new normal. At the same time, they would have to balance out employee performance and health, while remaining productive and financially viable. To achieve this, corporates may have to augment their digital collaboration capabilities, automate low value-added activities and derive data-driven insights for decision making.

CBRE South Asia Pvt. Ltd, organized its fourth edition of ‘Walk For A Wish’ initiative on 3rd December in association with Muskaan and Sense International, NGOs working towards training and creating awareness for the needs of specially-abled adults and kids. Fostering a culture of giving with CBRE foundation, ‘Walk for A Wish’ aims to create an inclusive ecosystem for individuals with special needs.

 The walkathon was flagged off by Mr. Amit Khatri (IAS), District Commissioner, Gurgaon and Anshuman Magazine, Chairman and CEO, India, South East Asia, Middle East and Africa, CBRE. 
Understanding the scenario where the number of specially abled people working in the corporate sector are currently increasing, CBRE is constantly working towards sensitizing the society and help recognize the capabilities.

CBRE India, launched its own customized postage stamps, in collaboration with the Department of Post, Government of India, to commemorate its leadership position and 25 years in the Indian market. The special commemorative stamp was unveiled by Mr. Robert E. Sulentic, President & Chief Executive Officer of CBRE Group, Inc. and Mr. Anshuman Magazine, Chairman and CEO, India, South East Asia, Middle East and Africa.

CBRE India announced the launch of its foundation ‘CBRE Cares’ - the firm’s corporate philanthropy program- in India and pledged its efforts to address the health and nutrition-related concerns of migrant labourer and their families (women and children) across various locations in the country. The India-edition of the global program CBRE Cares – Ek Pehal was launched by Mr. Robert E. Sulentic, President & Chief Executive Officer of CBRE Group, Inc. and Mr. Anshuman Magazine, Chairman and CEO, India, South East Asia, Middle East and Africa.

To celebrate 25 Years in India CBRE organized a PAN India celebration, with the hoisting of CBRE’s flag.

Sustainability is the key to ensuring that the future generations are able to use the resources that are available to us today. At every level we make it a point to encourage judicious use of things and avoiding wastage. 

Jal pe charcha, initiative of the District Administration of Gurgaon had an interactive session at our office to educate the employees on Water Conservation.

The session educated the employees on the different ways to conserve water and how to report water wastage in their locality. The conversation was taken beyond just water conservation and covered how to manage waste disposal. It also helped sharing the firm’s best practices with everyone and the Deputy commissioner also got an insight on how the office system functions.

CII in association with its knowledge partner CBRE organized the 9th Regional Conference on Infrastructure Management with the theme ‘Building GREEN Real Estate’ on 12th September 2019. The CII CBRE conference aimed to focus on building a sustainable ecosystem and showcased trends in the facilities management domain that are redefining the concept, design and culture of an ideal real estate. 

The conference also elucidated best practices that will enable the facilities management fraternity to adopt sustainable or green solutions, role in reforming the status quo of infrastructural developments and establish the need of the hour through interactive, brainstorming and problem-solving sessions.

CII in association with its knowledge partner CBRE, organized the XV edition of its flagship conference on Real Estate - CII CBRE REALTY 2019 on 27th August 2019.

A joint report ‘Real Estate – A Relook’ that encapsulates how real estate, that witnessed decades of traditional approaches, is now going to be revolutionized by  ‘disrupters’ that have initiated a new wind of demand in the sector, the role of policy reforms in giving it the much-needed regulatory push and the need for building future-ready talent to establish India on the map for world-class developments, was released during the event. 

The CII-CBRE knowledge paper ‘Real Estate – A Relook’ was unveiled by Mr. Hardeep Singh Puri, Hon’ble Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India (Independent Charge) in the presence of Mr. Anshuman Magazine, Chairman – CII Realty 2019 & Co-Chair, CII National Committee on Housing & Real Estate and Chairman & CEO – India, Southeast Asia, Middle East & Africa, CBRE along with Mr. Anil Saraf, Co-Chairman, CII Realty 2019 & CMD, ASF Group.

The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) and CBRE South Asia Pvt. Ltd., announced the top 3 winners of India’s ‘BIGGEST PROPTECH CHALLENGE’ - DISRUPTECH. The challenge was announced in collaboration with the NASSCOM in May 2019 with an aim to expand the footprint of technology in the real estate sector. Designed to identify, mentor and support start-ups, the ‘PROPTECH CHALLENGE’ seeks to transform the Indian real estate sector by developing the best technology solutions for industry.

Student Accommodation Provider Association of India (SAPFI) and CBRE – world’s largest real estate consulting firm - organized an event to released the findings of its research on Student Housing – an emerging real estate segment in the country. 

The SAPFI-CBRE report was unveiled by Shri Durga Shankar Mishra, Secretary, Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs, Government of India, in presence of Harish Nair, Executive Director, Consulting & Valuations, CBRE, along with Kaushal Mahan, Convener, Student Accommodation Providers of India (SAPFI).

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